2023 Fantasy F1 Game is Here
Alrighty everyone, the moment you've all been waiting for. The Race Game returns, this time with 2023 Formula 1 season. The game is really simple, you need to pick 10 drivers that you think will finish in the top 10 positions of each race. In order to play, you must be registered with EastBayRag. You then need to logon (when you try to access the page or any other page that requires logon, you will be taken to the logon screen).
There are literally only two steps to play the game:
1. Go to 2023 F1 Game registration and register.
2. Go to selections for the first race to make your initial selections.
You can leave it there. Your selections will copy over to all the races so you will score points each week. You can update your selections for any race up until the race is locked (set to be two hours prior to the official race start time). You will be able to see practice and qualifying before you make changes to allow you to make any updates for drivers performing above or below what you expect for any given race.
The points system is pretty simple - you start with 150 points. You lose a point for each position each of your predictions finishes away from where you predicted them to finish (e.g. if you predict Lewis Hamilton to finish third and he wins, you lose two points. If he finished seventh, you would lose 4 points). You gain 10 bonus points for every correct prediction making 250 points the maximum that can be scored each week if you guess all 10 positions correctly.
Any updates can be made from your race game account by selecting the appropriate competition.
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Well if we're making a few changes to the home page, it makes sense to have something about Leicester City front and center. It's still crazy for me
to think that it's actually a reality that Leicester are the Premier League Champions. I don't think the city is going to forget this 2015/16 season
which has seen the impossible become a reality. Surely none of the minnow teams can compete with the big clubs. Well, guess again!
So, what's next? If winning the Premier League was an impossibility, dare we dream about Europe next year? Maybe that's pushing it too far, but I
really hope the players have fun in Europe. Just being in the competition is an achievement, so take the time to enjoy it. One thing's for sure, all
the players deserve to enjoy it after this phenominal season.
But what are we counting down? Is this the end of the world? The end of the website? Or something completely different? Only time will tell. Quite a lot of time right now
as this is a pretty long timer as far as timers go. We're in not rush though. Particularly if this is the end of something.
EastBayRag is pretty much a playground where I go to undertake little projects. A distraction from the general grind of daily life, scripting in PHP and
manipulating data in a MySQL database offers me something to focus on that takes all of my attention. It also gives me a great sense of satisfaction when I
create something and it works. In this world of self esteem, I have to say that I never cease to amaze myself.
The Webiste actually started as a small project to create something that I could control
that would enable me to share photos with the family and allow them
to easily view and download files (without having to order prints). After many late nights and beers it has blossomed
into a whole lot more. The photos are now geotagged and displayed on Google maps and there's lots of things to explore.
Initially I thought it would be a good idea to include some sort of blog
section within the site. That then grew into the thought that I could host blogs for other people so I drafted
my buddy "Mr O" from the UK to add content to the blog sites. Next came the idea of allowing other people to
interact so the fun stuff section was born with things like a
graffiti wall, quiz, caption competition and much more including breaking new ground to figure out how to use
just gotta do things because ....
The links on the side will allow you to explore the site. There's a site map if you get lost which can be accessed from
the bottom of any page. So where does it all end? What's the ultimate end game? Well, never let it be said that I'm anything but transparent - if you're
interested, take a look at the EastBayRag (EBR) Business Plan.